>> i've been following you on twitter and you've been aggressive about obama on the economy. you believe he can't stop spending and that america has to stop spending. one of his believes, of course, is that he's got to get rid of these tax incentives for the rich. and look after the guys with no money. why would you oppose that? >> you know, it's a different world today. people in this world can form companies in far end countries where they pay very little tax, much less tax. and once you start taxing -- and i'm not talking about me. but once you start taxing people that do create jobs and do create businesses, you take the incentive away then you'll really have an unemployment problem. so he's treading on very dangerous waters. >> tell me this, donald. i had grover norquist on here the other day, i asked a question he found quite hard to answer. i said to him, given where we are right now in america economically, how much of the blame should be attached to barack obama and how much should be attached to the previous eight years of republican administration? if you were choosing a percentage, a portioning blame to each party there, what would you say?